Phillip A. Bernhardt-House received a Ph.D. from University College Cork, National University of Ireland, in Celtic Civilizations, and has taught adjunct courses for Columbia College, as well being a guest professor at the Univesity of Michigan-Ann Arbor. Phillip’s academic work includes publication in the journals Foilsiú, Béascna, Cosmos, Celtic Studies Association of North America Yearbook, Eolas, Journal for the Academic Study of Magic, and the anthologies Ulidia II (ed. Ó Huiginn & Ó Catháin, 2009), and Queering the Non/Human (ed. Giffney & Hird, 2008).
2010 0-7734-3714-2 This book is a typological study of canids and canid imagery in Medieval Celtic cultures. It explores texts ranging from early Irish legal tracts and heroic narrative to exempla from Welsh, Breton, and later Scottish sources.